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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge - first edit, 1978. hardcover with dust jacket. Approx 30 pages have pencil underlining and marginal marks. Although Conrad's work has long been recognised, its intellectual coherence has been called into question. In this book Berthoud offers us a tragic novelist, engaged in a sustained exploration of the contradictions inherent in man's relations with his fellows, and from this perspective, he is able to show why Conrad occupies a leading place in modern literature.